Reviews and Problems with Konica Minolta 28-100mm f/3.5-5.6
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Excellent value for SLR zoom lens.
7 October 2014
Summary: I purchased this lens to compliment a Minolta 70-210mm Beercan lens. It has been better than expected for such an inexpensive lens and better by far than the kit len I had with my Sony DSLR. I am using it with a Sony A65k and the color and sharpness have been good.
Summary: I am not a professional photographer and bought this lens to extend the possibilities of my camera Sony Alpha 290. I'm very happy with the quality of the images; are sharp and the colors very natural. The autofocus is fast and the range 28 to 100mm proved to be perfect for use in everyday life. Moreover, the purchase made on eBay was very good, since the lens is practically new.
Minolta, that is all that really needs to be said.
27 June 2012
Summary: Minolta, that is all that really needs to be said. It is a great go-to lens very light weight and durable. Wonderful image quality compared to other lenses in its price range. Very snappy and responsive lens. If there is any issue I have with it, I think it is a little louder on AF then some other lenses I use, but I don't shoot film...so it doesn't bother me in the least.
Summary: Minolta lenses are legendary for their true color and sharp photos. This lens is no exception. We bought this lens for resale. It is well built, focuses fast, and looks great. If you have a Sony digital camera with all of that wonderful technology you need to get Minolta lenses to realize that full potential of quality photos... that is unless you want to spend thousands of dollar buying comparable Sony "G" series lenses.
Summary: this lens although does not go as wide as my sony18-70[kit]lens, does have higher zoom power and works flawlessly and in my opinion, better than the kit lens that comes with the Alpha cameras, it focuses faster and never locks up or "freezes" the cameras sensors, its soon to be my main "goto" lens for all around picture taking, it also works with a 2xtelconverter which the sony would not, and with that I will have 200mm zoom, for closeups